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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1889)
The l.idv stage on the Linkville-Ager
J. G. Hanraker, S. Tsylor. Harr. Oat
in eight hours man, Irving Short. Jock Carter, John
■ : ing into Ager since the wet weather Shook, (lopum and »on, Mr. Cbriimss,
HIX MILES HOTTH OF
Las com.) i-ix-ed. Thia “sticky” lies on Mr*. Guinn. Alex. Martin. Jr., and ethers
AXHLANI». <Ja...THt xetiAT. N ..
I the C lifornia m<k-of the line, and as it
GRANT'S PASS, OB.
Port and as witnec-ee in the Dtsld-M alker
V’trs repnhli<-i»n pufw-n« < •
••<■ ■ is not re u le-l by th»- last appropriation (mail robbery case.
aoyusuig «ri-J in V -. ’.!-»i u ; 1 .ire of the $l-"i.<J •>, it is now in order for the
The Congregational eUrnch was hand
oftpriood to h»r a-itnissicn to th - l i.J>n nex O, gon !• JxLture to appropriate an-
; o<h< r <l'i.'«Mt for the henedt of Cali for somely fitted up Tuesday and Wednes
la» >’»w Mexiro L t - - eympt* ns <.i
day nights of thia week, the crowd was
Si»*<iux rt^oblican senators an>l
u' .t ; nia. And the honorable and eatertBed
!'<*«. Pea- h. Pluai, Frame,
J.w k - in county delegation will have an- large, good looking, well drossod, bod
a transformation would lx* witne—<1.—
, other tine chance to go hunting woud- money in their jeans, and “an immense Cherry, Apricot, V-ctar 1ir, Alnaesuf
Cteostuwi Hhotlo out» ' >rna-
, Wc*t Shoro.
| piles, cellars and hay-mows while the stock of goods”—fancy things, toys, r-o- Walnut,
meat al term«
I vote is licing taken. Nevertheless Grubb's
Nelty Bly, who is racing around tlie
<xpi < «s is still running on that “haw wid" I for tho fair. 1st <lay’<>pro--eeda*iii’tod to
world with M om Elizabeth B -land.
Mackbei rg Plante
1- dmd-Linkvillo road, amt beaidoo »1<M. The ladies of this church (like
stopf>s>I in Miens. France, Fatoniay and
r a dozen farmers' teams that went church ladies generally go' are great
interviewed Verne, the author <>■
,t well h-ad.-d, three douhfe-:u'ti n reg- rustlers, and if tho ('ongregatioualiats
•’Around the world in eight; dav«,” wi.<>
ii( '.."n freight s.tgotra imve also roller! havo a church deH or mortgage "plaater"
Aid U was inipoxrble under th iu<*'
' th-- fsbland road the past week, it is liable soon to meet ths loir l-olli-
tevoeablo conditions to make th.- trip in
Ml G BOWS OM
Ihix is the rritd that patronizes Oregon, ▼aas sud be knocked out.
isos than seventy-nine days.
- v-ithout an appropriation or even a;
Klamath Connty Items,
Tho •iitor of the Waabingtou 1 epcn- ciaii route. On* of the important que:-
tislsmeau is building a big pork-pack
•tamt is not to be trifled with. H - eave i ies larfore the people of Oregon ia the ing establishment for Judge Smith.
I«» those fellowe who owe this ofli <■ r<- future is what next important interest
Judge Smith has sold out to J. T.
Wfe. WK do not handle, cultivate, or
momber they will be pulled when they will t>e dan,aged by the rottenneoc of our
attempt to FROPAOATK any varieties
his whole saloon business,
uudertake to leave tho county before
or kinds of FRUIT, until satistied that
settling su«h accounts. We fetched or • lions of Oregon’s chief newspaper.
Any ane desiring a free scholarship to the ▼ are well ADA PT ED to the soil and
¡ the Aaliland State Normal School will cMaaata peculiar TO SOUTH KILN ORL-
to time last week just before 1><- lioarded
Needs Looking After.
GON. Wrile for terms to
A robust, stout, healthy kick is being I please apply to State Senator C. A. Cogs
A. H. CA RS0N A SON, Grant's Foss,Or.
registered against Ashland by the form- well.
California pears are being bhiup* i in
i ts and others that have occasion to
W. B. C oltom . Agent, Ashland, Or.
Judge smith is now in his new block,
now. Thia is unusual for this time of
come into town on business from the and Frank Miner is singing sweetly io
tho year, »nd is due to Oregon’s light
lower or north-western end of town, on the midst of a collosal stock of goods.
crop. W» generally have a few early in
a >4>nnt of the dangerous and impassable
The latest land contest decided for the
th» Mason, before the local supply begins
condition of the bridge and bridge ap
enming in, but a regular ahipment of proaches. Particularly is thia the case with Lakeview district is that of A. F. Canter
loitforma pears at thia season is said to the Wrights creek bridge (?). Every vs Oregon central military road Co. Can Fruit and Ornameutal Trees
ba almost unprecedented. The importa ordinarily informed person knows that ter is the successful party.
OF ALL KINDS AT
tion will doubtless continue— |Oregoniau. this is not only the main highway up
Henry Conn’s bouse on Loot river,was
and down the western pacific coast, but completely destroyed by fire Monday after
Tho less«* of life to the Iziuisiai, . Jet
in this section is the only public high- noon. Mr. Mozier was the tenant, and
tas, is now drawing to a < 1> se, endin.
WHO ARE AGENTS
nay through the state, county and town. the building caught fire while hi» wile
by statute limitation in 1893, and now i'h< impastante necessity of its main lay sick abed and he was some distance
the managers have offered to give th. tenance in good order is obvious. Its away cutting down sage brush, He be-
rtey of New Orleans a publii library terrible condition
inexcausable. held flamee just in time to save the life
A General Assortment always on
building, tri cost no leas than 1100,000, Travelers over it say hanging is good of his wife. The family lost their all, hand, and price« reasonable.
aad pay the debt of the state of Louisi enough for the authorities who allow it and are entitled to the sympathy of the
ana, amounting to over Ilif.OOo.GOG, in to remain so. As the honorable county people. The house was insured by the
addition thereto, provided its charter lx* ourt is as siow as the 7 years itch in owner.—(Linkville Star
extended for a period of fifty years. Js altering this curse of over a year’s stand
Better Without Sympathy.
their annual bus in cm amounts to $25,• ing, we would suggest the loan of
600,000 they can afford the bribe.
Wanatnaker’s hat, that it may be passed
A Klamath county lady calling herself CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS &
among the business men of town, dyna
C. C. Beekman is now being run for mite touched to the present affair and a “Ella” has ]>oured a great urn-ful of
eengrcM instead of for governor by the new bridge that is a bridge presented to woe upon the first page of that cheerful
•webangre. A late one savs; Pa[>era Jackson county In the meantime it paper the V allsv R bcobb . She must
Of Hash and Deers and all kinds and
throughout the country are already be would not be bad to look around for a surely find some cheer in refusing to be styles ef Window and Door Frames. Meld
and Brackets of all styles. Boats built
ginning to talk of a candidate for con- good, competent commissioner from thia
to order. The whole or one half offered
gn-M at the Juno election, Binger Her er. 1 of the country who will be able to
night.” The logical inferrence that she
mann, the present iaeumbsnt, in favora- look after its needs. The election is not
ia therefore better off without sympathy
I4y spoken of, and there seCms to Is- no many months hence.
ia a small source of comfort, to be sure,
opposition of force to his renominatioi.,
though lietter than none. In fact, what
Snutliern Oregon Turkeys.
Tlio Heppner Gazette, F.'astern Oregon,
is sympathy, anyhow? One time a farm
Portland Oregonian, 2t*h.|
Is is tavor of nermann, provided there
Comn ission dealers complain of »scar er whose barn had blown down soon
>s us good candidate from that -eetion.
city of turkeys in this market. There found himself bored by numerous neigh
Hon. W. R. Ellis, of .Morrow county, is
were plenty coining in ten days ago, and bors offering their sympathy. lie bore Paper Hanging, Glaaing, Kalnominiag,
mentioned, as well as C. C. Beckman, of
they were selling at 13 cents per pound the infliction four days then he got mad.
Wall Tinting, Kio.
live weight. Now tney are 15 cents per “Dog on yer sympathy!” at last he ex
“What’s yer sympathy but Leave your orders at Lucky’s Beal Extato
pound livo weight, with un upward claimed.
Tbs Oregonian rays that it is silly to
office, opposite the Plata.
tendency. The chief source of supply wind? It’s the very same durned staff
uhargs Vice-President .Morion with keep-
(J kkgos .
(or this city of turkeys, venison, water
Uf a saloon. The idea, you know! The
melons and peaches in Southern Oregon,
Washington Post, the Administration
ASTILA. 1ST ID
and now tho California peoplo draw him feel better. It seemed to have creat-;
organ of the capital, is certainly good au I largely on that section for turkeys, and ed a vent through which his rage-smoth-1
thority on Levi’s whisky joint. It says: the dealers on the Sound who have here ered soul found fresh breath, as it were, I CM-n4 a
V a I'IH ü I
“James K. Keenan is only Mr. Morton's tofore drawn supplies from this city, and an opportunity to brace up a little. iwMlliv
asaaager. Everything in the hotel, in- ; have gone out to Southern Oregon aud
If you want to enjoy yonr meals, , ABM LAND, JAUK80N COUNTY, OR,
iladiug the stock of wines and liquors, is made contracts for large quantities of strengthen your digestion with Him mon»
Scholarship, one year......... ..................... |3g.
ovoed by Mr. Morton, and he derives turkeys, paving twenty cents per pound Liver Regulator.
■ ■■■ »- ■ ■■
Commercial Course......................... ... IÎ5.
whatever benefit iuav result from the Trosed. li is going to be cold weather—
T. Stanley brought from Linkville on
Mie el liquor to guests.” So that now, snow on the ground—if Portland gets Monday a load ot Klamath lake trout, Training School, p^ryear .................... |15.
Fur further information address,
as tho ease stands, M r. Morton had his ' left in thb matter of Thanksgiving or which he soon disposed of.
J. 8. 8WEKT, P bxsibbxt ,
Msnagwr procure a license to keep the ; Christinas turkeys, and it may be con-
Kidney affections of vears' standing cured
safonr, but pockets all the profits from ’ fidently expected that a supply will turn
ers may not have made contracts for full
FerUaud WorldIf there is really an supplies.
Subscribe lor the V allst Raeos».
•<fort tn down Binger Hermann irr Doug
Thanksgiving day would be robbed of
las eonnty among the Republicans, it will ■ its principal charm if a turkey dinner
M m », lachkral a gcigon ,
rfoobUvss succeed. State Senator, J. (’, was not forthcoming, for only a truly
— oom SAUM—
Fullerton, has an old score to settle with good man, which the same are mighty
PROP. ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS,
tho bMorable Congressman, and would
Has an entirely Naw Method for washing
be pieased to take advantage of an oppor
Fins Rmbroideri«*, Lac« Curtains, Fringes,
Muslins. Laces (white and black), all kinds
tunity to dislodge him. It was Fullerton Thanksgiving without turkev for dinner.
rJAJLO EINE OF
CHOICE of Woolens. Ladies Flannels and other
and Fullerton's influence that nominate I
The orders for the sale of the Ft. Klam
Marble. All Orders in Stone Work Wearing Apparel; also Gent's Clothes
Heemaau in the first place and then
Promptly Filled. Marble Works on cleaned on Hhort Notice.
ath military and hay reservations are on
only for a single term. But the wilv | tile at the Lakeview land office. They
LACK CVRTAIN CLEANING A SPE
Binger still remains on deck.
are from the secretary oi the interior and
The Oregonian denies that Vice-Prcsi the name of the officer who is to sell
Mort*n has a bar in hie Washington ' them ami the date of sale are blank. The
hotel. And the Oregonian is correct in secretary of tho interior has asked the
its atetament. Mr. Morton has. how U'omniiasioner of the general land office
ever, a buffet, from which drinks are to name a person who shall well the reser
Rast Side of Main Street, A sulavp .
Swned to guests of the house who patro vations to the highest bidders, which
nise the dining room. He does not wear person will either be a special agent of
Successor to H OS LEY A PELTOX,
awaits apron himself, and carry a tray the 'Iepartment or tho receiver of the
— Wholesale sn<l Retail lissier in -
with its burden of bottle« and glasses, : Lakeview land office.
(Successor to 8. Stacy,)
hat bis hired man is careful that that
The National Grange want U. S. sena
duty is attended to.
tors elected by the people direct.
Capt. James Hill, of the lost tug Fear
All Kinds of Fresh Meats Cured Meats Coortantly on Hand.
less, in ’SO was working in a sawmill at
Kept constantly on band. Fair living
Terra«. Cash. Pass-book aoeouata pay
Caos Bov and was taken as a deck hand
A. S. Hammond was over from Ashland prices is all that we ask
on the old tug of that name by Capt. J.
We will make it to your interest to
A. Brown, of Portland. He worked hi* Munday.
deal with us, so give the new meat mar
ray up and about 13 years ago was made
To the Farmers of Jackson Co.
Will Lytle ha< returned from Klamath ket a trial.
captain of the now tu< Fearles*, just lost City, ('si.
The undersigned have opened a
Fresh pork on hand every day.
• ('apt. Brown scouts the idea of the boat’H
Chas. Prim lias returned from Us trip to
being wrecked through leakage. His Portland.
theory is that Hi. 1 miscalculated his ¡«,1.
1». L. Curtis was over from his .sawmill
aad in eroding the Rogue rivet bar,
which has two heavy breakers, to get
Chas. Judge, cf Ashland, is clerking in J.
slab wood, was struck astern by one
I And will keep constantly on hand a hill
wave and her wheel ropes fouled, the Nunan's store.
of Hardware,' Stoves and tin
&axt breaker turning her over
Capt. Saltmarsh, of Ashland, was in
We Will Net be Undersold
Deputy United States Marshal \V. \V.
Born-- to Mr. anil Mrs. Jas. Cronemiller, Cor. Main Street and If arridine A ven we.
Call and see us before purchasing else
Ecl>erts is back from a trip to Linkville. Nov. 24, a son.
where. fer we can suit you in price and
Where he wont to Milipena witnesses in
Thus. Schultz ha- returned from his trip
the caaee nf Dodd and Walker, arresteii
All the vehicles are new. of latest styles
J. C. SHERIDAN.
to Crescent City.
and first class. Gentle norses and good
in that section on a charge of robbing
Ed Hanley is in from Harney valley and drivers. A share of public patronage ro-
Ike mail. They have l>een in jail here
spectfully solicited and satisfaction and
will remain here during the winter.
uniform good treatment guaranteed.
for some time and their trial is set for <
One-seated rigs with single horse, just the
the JWh inst. Mr. Roberts narrowly
On Maia street, S«i d<x>r front flranite
thing for ladies and gents’ driving purpose«, street.
wianed being present at the holding up Uniontown and returned to Ashland.
kept on hand readv fer axe.
oi a stage and robbing of a mail while
Wai cr riymale. who has been visiting
NICHOLS A RADER.
foow, as the stage from Acer to Klamath
brought to Ashland, ft will be run foe La. i
W robbed the next trip after he passed i Wednesday.
dies ratling purpoM»«. supplied with a driv
Will sitnply the publio with the best of fresh
over the line. He traveled in company
Hubert Donegan, who has reiurned from
people. 50 cents apiect per hour.
S'ith the judge and attorney of that dis Oakland. Cal., will -pand the winter on his
HORSES BOARDED AND FED.
trict, »nd if the robber had only selected father's farm in Saiu's valley.
Hon. Theo. Cameron has returned from
their stage for his victim he coul l have
In season. A liberal share of the potroo-
bor« naught, and tried and sentenced on a visi: to tialice creek, where he has been
ag« of th« people of Ashland and vioinity
b »king after his mining interests.
respectfully soliritod. All orders promptly i
Dr. J. W. Robinson, who has been quite
,-i. k tho past few weeks, is convalescing,
8. F. Reeser’s
Is S.u.8 ax a
Hwgane Trumble has gone to J, t h-
I m oeuntr to superintend Simmons’
1». Linn was elected school director at a
ail meeting at the school house Monday,
mine. - > »
to eu re auy
lo till the unexpired term of J. W.
Is the place to boy
, John W. Robi nsc.n has ere. ted a new Merritt.
fona •< uecT'wis
»Midsn re on hi« farm on Ware's en - k
'r '. .' It. Earley, the pioneer school
dUordar ot the
New improvement and new faivs are
.u lu-r < ¡ this county, who has l<een io
qriita r. amorous in th.is section.
1‘oug‘a county the past few mouths, has (•ns of olther sex whether aristas frogs the
excesslva use »< SUmolaats, Tobaeeo or Opl«M.
John Cnimrine has rented John W re.timed to Jacksonville.
REl’ORH. • r<>:ui ri, <ke* tuentv tnilra*
200.000TREES FOR SALE
Red Hill Land,
P rices !
In Fine Shirts and Neckties We Lead.
Martin & Harris'
J. H. Russell
In Umbrellas and Overcoats We are Offering Special Drives.
Just Examine Them, and Convince Yourself.
Clothier and Hatter,
i c. m, st CH flow,
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON.
his house is now open for
and Fancy Dry Goods
the trade. Commercial travelerg will Staple
this point one of the best stopping
places, as all the surrounding towns can be
made by short, easy drives. Good teams dents and Boyes Olotlilxag^
can be had at reasonable rate» to any point
TINWARE. in the A county.
FINE SAMPLE ROOM
Hats, Caps, etc.
John E. Pelton.
R. P. NEIL,
W. N. LUCKEY,
Beef, Pork and Mutton. Real Estate Agent,
Beef. Pork or Mutten.
The Celebrated French Gere,
’»place cn Evaes creek: he will
farm part of the Haymond place.
Jud.es Webster. Prim and Hanna and--------------------- rww„, „
Di«tm t Attorney Colvig reiurned h me new. Bearing down Pata» in the Bwk. Seminal 1:
or thron<h youthful iadismtlon. over iodalg-
oocc, Ar., swh as Loss of Brain Power, Wakefni-
w nu Klamath county Tuesday, where they WeMuera, Hysteria, XsrTon»Pro.ir»«lonX«e<nni-
liave l>t en holding circuit court.
«I Kaiaaions, Lracorrhrea. Dluiaew, Weak Mem
Stealer A Howell have susper.de 1
Particular Attention ta
work mi ths ledge. They have lots o(
ory, Low nf rower and Ixpolency. whk-b if ne
The house recently vacated by Z. Sears
vry on the dump, ready for water. Die wa- '-t on tire bv some one Sundav morn glected often lead to premature old a«x>and tnaan
Price 11.00 a boa. « boxea for tiOU Scut b;
aiaers arc anticipating a wet winter and in. at 2 o'clock and burned to the ground. Ity.
m'ail ñn receipt of price.
most of thorn are well prepared for it.
The alarm was given by Marshal Helms, j
A WBITTEN OCABANTBE is given for Which will be done in s workmanlike
which tirought out the aid of the Fire Co. >
Our merchant, W. V. Jones, has and others, and by vigorous effort- saved every 15.00 order received, to refund the money If
manner and at prices tliat
moved into his new house, and is real the adjoining property which was in dan a Permanent cure Is not effeoted.
We bare thrasands ot testlmoabu« from old
■nd youag. of both «exes, who have been perms-
aently cured by ths use ef ArnEooinas.
J. C Rush and Joe Breed :i , ts >\ r-
ribitoll's Catarrh Itemedy.
F nil stock always on hand and made to I
Ciscnlar free. Address
toer residents of Evans Ck. arriv <1 from
>ii. h - Catarrh Remedy, a marvelous
THE APHRO MEDICINE GO
Pru»ovil!e the 21»t.
They intend s ay cure for Ca'arrh, Piptberia, Canker mouth,
ing all winter. Thev report 4 inches of
mgeniou-. nasal injector for the n>..re
In REE3EH 8 BLOCK.
ieo on Beaver Marsh aa they came an
u < - ul treatment of these comjplaiata
Sold by T K Bolton, sole agent, Ashland
v. iiliout extra charge, bold by T. K. BoUon. Oregon.
AAKLAATP. 11; : i: VRNGOJf |
ASHLAND, : : : OREGON.
Will Sall, Rent and Handle
Real Estate on Commission
A Choice Colleotion of City and
Country Property for sale.
Any person wieSint to **U prop
erty will fin 4 it to their interest
to rail unit see m
Is connected with the house and kept ex
clusively for Commercial men. Also a
good well lighted hall for traveling
shows , etc.,etc.,etc.
1V1U always be snpplied with the best of
wines and liquors. Kxv W mt . Imported
and the best brands of Domestic cigars a
specialty. A fine new billiard table and
everything new and first-ciass.
Commencing April 1st a "brand new’-
hack (fitted np especially for the business)
will connect with all trains for the accom
modationof passenger» between this plare
C. W. RAVAGE. Proprietor.
EVANS & BRUNK
PAINTS. OILS, PAINTERS' TOOLS,
WALL PAPER, GLASS, KTC.,
The gTeat standard History of Pioneer
Life. A complete record ot exciting «vents
on the Western liorders, and for the first
time an authontic account of the Custer
Massacre, General Crook’s Campaign and a
thousand of other exciting incidents, in
cluding a description of Buffalo Bill's ca
reer and success in exhibiting his “Wild
West 8h«w" among the Crown Heads of
all Europe. The hit of a lifetime. Every
body wants it. Over three hundred spirited
engraving« and nearly eight hundred laige
We can special aiiemiou
u. iir.AD,.K.A>N ck LU. ■ (Chwagto Red
Either <ex, young or old, in every town
to sell this most remarkable book. Agents School Houae Show», and CHURCH, BROWN * CO.’S (Boston) |3 00 calf B J
already in the field are simply coining Hhoee, the beat made. Every pair guaranteed.
money. Act qitlrg or the opportunity will
be lest. You can easily make from »5 to
»15 per day. To rave time and to secure an
agency at once, send »1 for a complete can
vassing oqttit. Illustrated circulars and
extra liberal terms niatlod free oh applica
Neither experience nor capital is required
to engage in this enterprise, as the lx ok
will sell itself, and wr> give our Agents 30
d«vs' time in which to deliver and collect
before paying us.
J. M. McCALL.
KuilAla« Pa*ers. Wrapping Popera
A new and beautiful lme of Holiday
hooks just received, including “The Beanti-
fnl Story" by J. W. Buell. If yon want to
make some monev. address
Art kinds ef
THE HISTORY CO.,
723 Market Bt., San Francisco, Cal.
P ainting , P apering . E tc .
H. S. EMERY
WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE IN SOUTHERN OREGON, OF
Ware. and in Fact Everything Usually Kept in Stock by a Com
plete and u ell-kept Hardware Store. Let us at least give vou prices
Before Purchasing Elsewhere. Job Work a SjK-<ialtv. ’
A full supply of
REPAIRIWG psvwrptiy attended to
builders hardware , tihst -
O. R. BUCKMAN
A shland O regon .
MILLER & STRANG,
Hardware, Machines, Tools, Stoves,
Cpr. M aw and Gatxrrs street»,
Carpenter and Builder,
at Prices that Defy Competition.
AND CAMP-FIRE CHATS.
The very best brer ef Anshrem, wine and
Henne.sy brandy, which wiU bo sold by
the quart or fallow.
Our tables a-e supplied with the latest pa
pers. Cijnie aad see iu ami wo will treat
you as wall' as ya kuoy hoy.
Full Assortment always on hand, direct from the East, and
WRITTEN BY HIMSELF,
Story of the Wild West
Fine Billiard Table,
I. VF. BURRIHR, Proprietor.
This favorite lesrert is gaining ht pepa
larity every dar-
PORTER <fc ALE.
And will be sold at our well known
ILL’S II BOOK.
Tho very beat ot WINRM, BUANDIEH.
Bi’ER »nd CIUARM, kept con
stantly eo hand.
Carries a Full Stock of Fresh Drug-, I*a ent Medicines, Toilet Article«, etc, etc.
¡C offtns , C askets , R obks of ai . l B ixks
G loves , Carrs», E tc .
I rescriptions ( arefully Prepared by Experienced Hands.
Office and wareroom st railroad crossing.
ALL GOODS WILD HE SOLD FOK CASH AT LOWEST PRICES.